OPENS JULY 4 – Denver Art Museum

Lares Feliciano’s Memory Mirror is an immersive installation that invites visitors to explore their relationship with memory through animation, dioramas, and interactive storytelling. Designed to evoke the memory of a relative’s living room, Memory Mirror will transform the museum’s Precourt Family Discovery Hall into a surreal domestic den that is both familiar and fantastic. As part of the installation, Lares Feliciano is inviting the community to contribute images or an audio recording that represent a personal memory. The memories shared with Feliciano will result in a changing animation and experience that evolves regularly, morphing and changing, just like memory. To contribute your memory follow this link. Please review our disclaimer before contributing a memory. Lares Feliciano is an interdisciplinary artist and cultural worker based in Denver, CO. Feliciano uses animation, installation, and collage to create worlds where marginalized experiences are front and center. Her work explores queer identities, mixed-race experiences, and complex expressions of grief and trauma. She holds a master’s of fine arts in cinema production from San Francisco State University and a bachelor’s in film and American studies from Smith College. She has completed residencies with RedLine Contemporary Art Center and Grand Canyon National Park.